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Tees Valley Business Club & Darlington Borough Council Introduce – Darlington Economic Campus

June 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Excerpt from Tees Valley Business Club Website

“The first of our June events will see us shine a spotlight on Darlington’s new economic campus and allow us an opportunity to hear from our speakers about progress to date and how we can engage with the new opportunities available for businesses within our region.

Running order for the evening is as follows:

6:00pm Registration with tea/coffee and a light supper 
6:30pm Welcome and introduction from Jane Reynolds MBE, Chair, TVBC 
6:35pm Welcome from Councillor Heather Scott OBE, Darlington Borough Council
6:45pm Beth Russell, Director General Tax and Welfare, HM Treasury                                                          
6:55pm Pauline Crelin, Director of Trade Advocacy Department for International Trade | Darlington Economic Campus
7:05pm Q&A
7:25pm Helen Kemp, Group Director of Business and Skills, Tees Valley Combined Authority
7:45pm Councillor Heather Scott OBE, Darlington Borough Council
7:55pm Summing up, Jane Reynolds MBE, Chair, TVBC 
8:00pm Networking
8:30pm Event close

Attendance to this event is without charge for members and eligible guests*.

Member invitations will be issued by direct email”


For more information, visit the Tees Valley Business Club Website here.


June 16
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Darlington Council Chambers
Darlington Town Hall
Darlington, DL1 5QT
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